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. >> they know the government is watching and if they don't like it, there will be some price to pay. >> next on pbs "news hour weekend." pbs news hour weekend is made possible by, judy and josh west ton, joyce b. hail, the wallack family in memory of wallack, bernard and i ryan schwartz, the city foundation, corporate funding is provided by mutual of america designing customized individual and group retire the products, that's why we're you're retirement company. additional support is provided by, and by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you, thank you. from, tish lincoln studios, harhari sreeivas sreeivasan. >>> in search of a deal to curve iran's nucleeuclear programs. today's talks continued late into the night with no agreement reported. margaret warner will join us from geneva with much more in a few minutes. >>> in aftghanistan he will stik to the plan to finalize a security talk after elections there next april. the u.s. wanted the deal done before the end of this year. the new pact will determine if american groups rema
in the lifting of some of the economic sanctions against iran. >> we are not blind and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure whether or not we are acting in the interests of our country and of the globe and particularly of our allies, like israel and gulf states will. >> but republican senator lindsey graham said today, lifting the sanctions would be a big mistake. >> we believe that sanctions and the threat of military force is the only thing that will bring the iranians to the table. if we back off now, i think that is exactly the wrong signal. >> following his land slide re-election last tuesday, new jersey governor chris christie made the rounds of the sunday morning talk shows and urged fellow republicans to go after typically democratic leaning minority voters. >> you go and you show up and you listen and you start to make your argument about your policies. i think the results show that what we need across the country. to listen up and show up in place where we haven't gotten a great amount of vote before. >> christie won 21% of the african-amer
. >> devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. it's great human tragedy. there's no power. by the time the sunsets it's dark and, you know, you're just going to have to make your way to where you can find some shelter. >> filipino officials reported widespread looting in the aftermath of the storm. hayian is now heading towards vietnam where emergency preparations are being made and several hundred,000 people have been evacuated. for an eyewitness account we spoke earlier with a freelance journalist. the vast majority of the casualties occurred there. we asked him what to describe what we saw. >> reporter: i grew up here in the philippines and i know what typhoons were like. this didn't feel like a typhoon. this was a tornado. but a tornado that lasted for three, four hours. the wind was swirling and there was debris flying from all directions. we went up to the second floor to try to escape the storm surge, obviously. but debris from the hotel's hallway was flying over our heads and so when he to go back down the ground floor but then water was rising really qu
. first of all, how significant is this hack? >> well, it's obviously very significant. they don't -- there are multiple u.s. agencies, including various bits of the u.s. army. there's the department of health and human services, and at the department of energy alone, we got ahold of an e-mail internally that says that they got access to personal details on 100,000 people and others and bank account information on 120,000 employees. >> so the idea that they still have a backdoor open, how do they do this? >> they got into a previously unknown flaw in a piece of software called cold fusion, which is used to run websites made by adobe. that was back as far ago as december of last year. and they put in a back door for future access, so even after adobe fixed the problem, they were still able to have access. and the feds don't know how far else they got, but they clearly have ongoing access, and at least in some places, they were pretty worried about it. >> so what's the real damage done here? >> well, so far, the same group broke into the u.s. sentencing commission and posted a vide
, but is that a solution? >> well, of course, it is inconvenient, and i don't think that the israeli moetd de is ri for the american. i don't think the threat is similar to the one in israel and requires the same, the i would say far-reaching solutions. but, at the same time, we cannot neglect all this area. the public area of the airport. whether it is on the curb side and the public lobbies, and the public side of the checkpoint, because this is the area where things can happen, and it's happening quite a few airports lately, just to remind you that a couple of years ago, suicide terrorists walked into moscow airport and blew himself up killing a large number of people. the american military personal ne personnel shot an the frankfort airport on the curb side. it happens frequently and we need to prepare for this. >> rafi, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> joining us from washington. >>> and now to our signature segment "in-depth" reports from around the nation and around the world. genetic drugs account for some 80% of all prescription ill ifaled in the united states. that saves consumers and the
the answer is no clemency. >> a republican counterpart in the house also dismissed the idea. >> no, i don't see any reason. you know, we -- i wouldn't do that. >> the suspect in friday's fatal shooting of a tchl sa altsa age has been charged with murder. paul ciancia wrote a note indicating that he intended to die during the attack. he survived after being wounded by the police. >>> four prominent scientists, including james hansen, distributed a joint letter citing the need for nuclear power plants. they wrote renewables like wind and solar and biomass cannot scale up fast enough to deliver cheap and power at the scale the global economy requires. there's no credible path to climate stabilization that does not include a substantial role for nuclear power. honda is recalling 344,000 of its 2007 and 2008 odd see minivans saying that the van's brake and they are not aware of any problems related to the brake problem. >>> runners participated in the new york marathon. the two winners were kenyans. >>> we're talking about a new executive order by president obama requiring local governments an
. >> final question, you still don't want to see any change in the law as it is? >> translator: the president's position has been very clear about the politics of this issue. >> but in short, the answer is no need for any change in the law? >> the administration has a position and a conviction and in chile, this is our challenge, what kind of society do we want to be. >>> next friday, november 22nd is, of course, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of president john f. kennedy. you are going to hear from a woman with a unique perspective that day. she was feet from the president's limousine when he was gunned down. she rarely talked about it over the years. the photograph she snapped that day has become an important part of history. >> being here today brings back all the memories, really mixed emotions, more so than the last few times that i have been here. i saw a man killed right in front of my eyes. >> when she was 31 years old, she learned the presidential moe toll cade would drive-through downtown dallas. she was a fan of the first lady, so she and a friend headed to the plaza to
at all as prime minister netanyahu made clear today and they don't trust however good the safeguards are that iran will ever abide by them and not have some sort of secret plan going. so they're even upset at this field because they feel it does imply a right to enrich, however, netanyahu still faces a choice and they further scuttle this and does he start focusing more or saying the final deal. he did mention the threat of action, and few people think he would dare to exercise that during this six-month phase. for saudi arabia, it's more complicated. what they're really worried about is any pressure with iran and the u.s. elevates iran's status and they're engaged in a great power sunni versus shia rivalry in the gulf, but it does not have a lot of clout in the u.s. congress and they don't expect to do much at home. what they expected to try to do is shape the final deal as much as they can. >> so what happens in the next six months? will we see more regular checks on iran and its nuclear progress? >> reporter: yes, absolutely. one of the elements is that iran has a much more intrus
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